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multiCAM systems has released BACKDROP, a virtual background solution for a radio, podcast, small Web TV or automated broadcast production.
The company says that through augmented reality, BACKDROP “lets stations transport their presenters anywhere without them ever leaving the studio.” For example, with BACKDROP a broadcaster’s morning talent can virtually broadcast from the beach, while their afternoon crew airs live from a ski resort.
Specifically, BACKDROP projects 3D images on to studio screens, creating an immersive experience and immediately transporting guests. Thus, It allows users to easily create an interactive 3D environment and quickly generate AR graphics without ever leaving the studio.
The system comes with easily customizable templates. In addition, you can also order specific graphics according to reauirements. DreamCorp powers BACKDROP, which synchronizes with your MULTICAM system. It is fully automated and lets you control the scene, change the set and make widgets appear, offering your viewers an unprecedented immersive experience.
You can remotely control BACKDROP via StreamDeck, an iPad or a web page to change your virtual background with one simple button. Easily brand your studio, station and shows, bringing visual radio to a whole new level.
Learn about the magic of BACKDROP in this video. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yGQ-CtcL7T4